HOUSE RULES REGARDING COVID 19 | CORONA VIRUS
A SAFE HAVEN
One of the basic ideas of Brücke 49 is that it feels like a safe haven in an ever-changing world. When we wrote our Raison Détre back in 2010, we thought of Brücke 49 as a place reflecting the holiday needs of urban international travelers but at the same time a solid and comfortable cornerstone. Brücke 49 should be a safe and comfortable place of personal relaxation.
Today this is more relevant than we could imagine. For everyones safety we therefore kindly ask you to go by the following simple house rules.
You obviously can't come when you are sick or Corona infected. You travel at your own risk. Keep a distance of at least 2 meters to other persons at all times. Do not shake hands or extend hugs. Cough or sneeze away from others and cover your mouth. Wash your hands often. Normal healthy people do NOT have to wear face-masks.
RULES FOR BRÜCKE 49
Your room is your domain. No one enters other than you. Breakfast is served in intervals from 8 am to 10.30 am. We either kindly ask you to enjoy breakfast within a certain time or if possible you can decide for yourself the interval that is best for you. For example from 8-9 am. That way we make sure the rules of social distancing are kept.
The bathrooms are shared by 2 rooms. In each bathroom, a shower is dedicated to each room so that you are able shower apart. The bathrooms will be cleaned 2 times per day.
At any time there will be no more than a total of 8 guests in the house. During summer there is plenty of room to find a nice and private corner in the garden, the terrace or on the sun/yoga deck. In the house, you can spread out in the living room or of course stay in your room.
As long as the extraordinary virus-rules are in force, cooking by yourself is limited to quick, light and easy meals which gives everyone a chance to use the kitchen without getting to close.
Disinfection will be available by the entrance and in every bathroom and toilet.
RULES FOR BRÜCKE 49 HERBERGE
Herberge offers 3 solitary fully self-catered holiday apartments. The individual apartments will be cleaned before your arrival with extra attention to disinfecting all surfaces. The general rules (above) applies, but other than that you can enjoy your stay as you want.
TRAVELING TO AND FROM SWITZERLAND
At the moment guests from Italy, Germany, France, and Austria can not enter Switzerland unless they live or work in Switzerland.